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Thread: Long term use studies/results question

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    Default Long term use studies/results question

    Hairmax and other Lasercomb users, I was wondering if there have been any studies as far as hair growth and or maintenance for at least one year or two years or more with the Lasercomb? I also wanted to see if there has been anyone in these forms that has used the laser comb for more than two years that continue to either see results or maintenance? Also when I use my laser comb I can't help but notice the red light extending around my forhead. As long as I don't look directly into the beems, is this safe for my eyes? Thanks Hairmax I look forward to hearing from you soon.

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    Default Hairmax laser device efficacy

    Hi Michelle Michelle -

    Thank you for your purchase of the HairMax laser device.

    There have been no long term studies of use of the HairMax for over 6 months. That said, it was found in the clinical studies that improvement in hair growth progressed steadily over the course of the trials, so that a number of the researchers believe that use for much longer than 6 months will result in continued improvement. Also, on this Forum there are a number of people who have noted improvement after 1 or 2 years. Results vary amongst individuals, so it cannot be predicted with certainty how a person will respond over time, and that is why it is recommended that use continue indefinitely.

    As to the eye exposure warning, if you do not stare directly into the light emitted by the device, then there can be no potential harm done. Keep on treating your hair the way you have been, for continued results.

    We wish you continued success in your treatment with the HairMax laser device.

    LAS

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